treated to breaking news this morning. then we had captured after a dramatic shootout with police. ahmad khan rahami carmi naturalized citizen facing viacom on a police officer. good morning. i am substandard. >> i'm cheryl casone in for lauren simonetti today. i say learn more about the bombing suspect, presidential candidate donald trump used this
attack to have the latest in the campaign trail. true to john stump headed to capitol hill to testify an unethical shells practices they saw. he's ready to take responsibility. fax business will have live testimony this morning. nicole: investors watch as policymakers open the two-day ratesetting meeting today. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening the grace tear tear tuesday. s&p up by four in the premarket. true to we are seeing the downside half of 1% to 4305 a barrel. cheryl: monday night football, the least of chicago's worries as jay cutler injures his son. plastic jesus first in a mets
uniform. trade 25:01 a.m. in new york. we welcome you to "fbn:am" can be a first look at what's new in today's america to come in the latest breaking news and what to expect if they had. they suspect in new york and new jersey bombing facing five counts of attempted murder of a police officer. someone was arrested yesterday following a gun battle about 50 hours after the very first explosion. >> it is palestinian police were on the outstanding law enforced that were. in particular want to give a heartfelt thanks to the new jersey police officers who were able to apprehend this individual. treated to the first bombing injured 29 people. being held at a $5.2 million
bill. as we develop more information we continue to go. >> the mother says he was a bad fatherhood dislike america. both presidential candidates used in the terror attack to send each other's national security policies while campaigning in florida, donald trump strongly criticizing newark immigration plan. the >> these attacks and many others have made possible because the immigration system which fails to properly vet and scream the individuals or families coming into our country. strictly touting her national security credentials, clinton
says she's the most qualified to fight terrorism. >> and prepare to commemorate it to actually take on this challenge is coming not in age and a lot of irresponsible rep was frederick, but to do the hard work as i've done before to put in to place the strategies for local and state law enforcement foreign intelligence service, for the kind of preventive action. nicole: trump is scheduled to visit north carolina and clinton expect it to do debate prep said new york. more on the arrest ahmad rahami is in the list must be grim. good morning to you. obviously a quick capture. tell us what you're thinking right now, the very latest on this. >> what we see right now is the format is working. and all of the difficulties in trying to track and mitigate
lone wolf type threats, type threats come in this one was taken success. trade two do you think it's something much bigger play in? >> i think he was at the limits of what he could do. based on how he was caught in the fingerprint cell phones time back to him pick the sinfulness of the placement of the devices and how they were made, i think you set the limits of what he could do wonders to. >> a friend says he recently went to afghanistan and what he came back he was very different. is this something, and less civil enforcement needs to donald and learn from to further investigate? >> there's not a lot of things to contract down based on movements overseas. once he's in the tribal areas difficult to find out whether there but we can see this in turn, his application of that in these attacks.
his belief system, a misguided belief system is still a belief system. >> one side of the house of the interrogation begins. we've got to learn what happened in afghanistan that took someone and came back home and put off a bomb in new york city. the >> absolutely. there's a push out there that he would succumb to the radicalization side. online activities and trampling dignities. in addition need to look at how we allow people to continue to travel to war zone areas and take the information back here. >> he disliked america from the beginning he goes on to further with terrorism and ph thank you so much for joining us this morning.
on capitol hill, according to remarks prepared, stumpel apologized for selling unauthorized accounts to meet aggressive sales targets. the customers says our economy depends on banking system to help keep it moving. after americans figure is working hard to recover, the culture of misconduct in the assist that preceded the crisis too often persist. regulators find wells fargo $185 million last week. the bank plans to eliminate the sales targets. fox business will have live coverage of the senate hearing at 10:00 a.m. eastern time during guardian company. numerous revelations from the department of homeland security raised alarming concern on the heels of the new york and new jersey terror threats. the department of homeland security admits wrongly granted citizenship of 900 illegal
immigrants from countries of concern. the chairman of the senate committee on intelligence reacted to this report. >> let's put a pause on this. this figure the system we can feel confident, really recognize who we are allowing it in the person that claims they actually are. the dhs found fingerprint missing federal databases for as many as 315,000 immigrants who could be fugitive criminals. billionaire george soros pledging to invest up to $500 million to help refugees and migrants after the first-ever u.n. seminar refugees. in a statement dating we will in past in startups, established companies, businesses started by migrants and refugees. investments are intended to be successful but our primary focus is to create products and
services that truly benefit migrants in his community. the u.n. estimates 65 million people were forcibly displaced last year. let's get you caught up in the global market action is a key in on banks of japan and also federal reserve tomorrow. very much a wait-and-see mode across the board in all the major averages in europe, asia and here at home. the shanghai composite index tumbled 10 to 1%. japan's nikkei one 10th of 1%. hong kong's hang seng fractionally lower. traded to europe as well preparing for the fed meeting. the ftse in london at 26. germany at 51. bucking the trend did that in a possible rate hikes is interesting. the features from the cma bedding just 12% likely that we'll see a rate hike tomorrow in her. baby in december over 50%.
the top 32, s&p futures rahami. cheryl: a look at and gold right now. the premarket cul-de-sac 1318 pages disliking of 90 cents. the tentative agreement on a new four-year contract that the move had threatened to disrupt production of suvs and other high-margin vehicles. the deal brings new products to an assembly plant near term on job and an engine plant in ontario. the plant produced engines for 50% of the vehicles sold in the united states last year paid to do contract still is ratified by union workers. here is a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." solar city may be delayed by lawsuits. two individuals to carry out
fiduciary duties adopted the proposed merger according to regulatory filings. the next would like to fire under gasoline prices across the southeast. as much as 30 cents a gallon for the partial closure of a major pipeline has forced gas stations to scramble for food. a korea court order to cut its fleet. his charters back to their owners. the carriers can be either liquidated or turned into a much smaller company. it is suspected of planting dogs in new york city and new jersey under arrest after a dramatic shootout with police. steve becky never stop shooting. he reloaded and kept shooting. it was just crazy.
cheryl: will have a live report of the latest in the investigation. we've had markets down the last couple days. today we have out there is in a wait-and-see mode. s&p futures rahami. nasdaq futures skidded 10. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. these back
dream to offensive team in new york city. officials say they are not looking for any more suspects and that we can oddly in new york and new jersey but the investigation continues today. ahmad rahami how do i account attempted murder of a police officer. he was arrested following a gunbattle with police simply didn't didn't come to new jersey. the latest terror attacks played out on the campaign trail. donald trump criticizing plans while clinton says she's more qualified qualified to fight terrorism. wells fargo ceo john stumpf
before the banking committee. he admitted his fate greeted millions of unauthorized bank accounts. u.s. stock market futures ahead of their opening bell right now. a positive start this week printed this week. the dow pointed higher by 29. by the way, the fed meeting begins today and that is happening now. for more in the investigation into what happened in new york and new jersey bombings, right over to the main theater whose life in newark, new jersey where they have the captured suspects. tell us the very latest. >> behind this in the hospital this morning, ahmad rahami bileca been held on $5.2 million bail. he was shot in the wild west shootout about 10 miles from here, brought to the hospital but felt well enough to have his mug shot taken. we are looking more about his background and a tip that piece
of the puzzle about how he became radicalized. multiple trips to afghanistan in a trip to pakistan in areas where the taliban and was known to be working to know to be active. whether he was radicalized, we just do not know. according to his high school sweetheart interviewed by fox news reporter, who is a deadbeat dad with the real dislike of american culture and also still confronted yesterday by a reporter. rahami's father had no idea he was about to do this. >> did you know your son was doing this? you have no idea. when you hear he's been accused of this company do you believe it? >> i'm not sure what's going on. i'm not sure, but i think so.
yesterday the fbi raided the family business first american fried chicken about five or eight miles from the hospital. make of that name what you will. the big question this morning as if they hide if they hide in a help in terms of in terms of did he have anybody driving into these locations, helping to make these bombs and radicalism on the internet. those kinds of things are questions the fbi will answer in the coming days. back to you. tray gee thanks for the in-depth report. cheryl: coming up in sports committee eagles take down chicago is the least of their worries as jay cutler injured his thumb. we will have your monday night football highlights. the self driving cars.
train to welcome that. in asia we see all down arrow spirit shanghai composite down a 10th of a percent like japan's nikkei. the only thing gaming is at half own 1%. cheryl: is looking at european markets to global markets watching novice at the fed's decision will come out tomorrow. ftse trading higher in the market of 26 points. are underperforming so watch those two. u.s. features after two days. s&p futures of five. most people believe there will be a rate hike tomorrow.
barclays are bucking the trend in the question is if they hike in december, people are now speculating where they're holding off for the election. 30 is down 14 cents. the look at the latest from the world of the philadelphia eagles again chicago bears on monday night football. safire is a right thumb injury. later in the quarter and did not return. philadelphia did not let go for the remainder of the game as they went on to win. carson went had another solid performance during a 190 yards and a touchdown last night. they have been calling in sick for school. just to come out and see the nfl quarterback place in baseball.
the instructional league had already topped the bestseller's list on semantics and mlb online shop on friday. the american league and texas rangers getting closer to another al west title. they beat the los angeles angels three to two and drove in the winning run with no outs in the ninth inning. it was the mlb bats. the magic number to win is now three, cheryl. cheryl: great. president obama and the department of transportation rolling out new guidelines for driverless cars that could lead to a new set of regulations. the recommendations urge carmakers to submit to 15-point federal safety check list for the self driving vehicles could be out and would ensure safety and russell regulating how the technology is tested.
dream into coming outcome of a massive manhunt with the new york city explosion and a dramatic shootout. authorities say they certainly have their match. >> based on the information outcome the information now, we have every reason to believe this was an act of terror. we will be going into some detail and there's still a long investigation ahead. nicole: we will have the very latest in the investigation. john stumpf asked me today if he had to capitol hill. >> has got to be personal accountability. it's not enough to say the bank is going to pay a fine. that's the only way we'll ever get change. >> embattled ceo to accept full responsibility with the grandson with the bank's unethical sales practices. is it enough?
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train tail breaking news this morning. the man suspected of planting bombs in new york city and new jersey captured after a dramatic shootout with police. 28-year-old ahmad rahami, a naturalized u.s. citizen born in afghanistan now facing five counts of attempted murder on a police officer. good morning. i am nicole petallides. cheryl: i'm cheryl casone in furtherance committee this week. as if they're more cover presidential candidate donald trump and hillary clinton is the
latest terrorist attack to save each other's national security plans. the latest from the campaign trail. trying to john stumpf added to capitol hill to testify in the bank's unethical sales practices. he's ready to take responsibility. but is that enough? live coverage of his testimony later on this morning. investors watch the policymakers open the big today ratesetting meeting today. u.s. stock market futures ahead of their opening bell right now. s&p up six, nasdaq up 12. let's check it out on 131% as 4313 a barrel. you may want to link me i go. we will tell you what you need to know. cheryl: the eagles eagles beat the bears. jay cutler injures his south.
tim tebow's first day in a uniform. 5:31 a.m. eastern time here in new york. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at what's moving in the markets and what to expect for your day ahead. the suspect in new york and the new jersey bombing facing five counts of attempted murder of a police officer. someone was arrested yesterday following a kind battle with police in new jersey 50 hours after the first explosion. >> it is outstanding police work, palestinian law enforcement work. i in particular want to give a heartfelt thanks to the new jersey police officers who were able to apprehend this individual. nicole: the first bombing injured 29 people saturday night.
the attack has not been filed yet. being held on $5.2 million bill and remained in a hospital. >> no indication they are operating in the city. the investigation is ongoing. i have no indication that they are still operating here. >> her mother says he was a bad father who dislikes america. we have a report from new york's chelsea neighborhood in just a few minutes. >> presidential candidates using the terror attack the terror tactics in each other's national security policies. while campaigning in florida, donald trump criticizing hillary clinton is immigration plan. >> these attacks and many others were made possible because of our extremely open immigration system which fails to properly that is screened individuals or families coming into our
country. the >> touting her national security credentials, she's the most qualified to fight terrorism. >> i am prepared to cover ready to actually take on those challenges. not engage in a lot of are responsible reckless rhetoric, but to do the hard work is that done before to put into place the strategies for local and state law enforcement foreign intelligence or for the preventive action. trade to hillary clinton expected to do debate prep in new york. the >> expects in traffic in new york city. joining us again to discuss the arrests of ahmad rahami is matthew graham. thanks. they did capture him quickly. talk about what we saw with everything that came along with the bombs that they found which help to find them in the
beginning of something bigger. >> it doesn't appear as anything bigger. he didn't have any support networks. after his devices exploded or didn't explode, we saw his exit strategy to take a map in front of a bar. he didn't have a big infrastructure to be able to get away from this. part of that goes to the fact that as a lone wolf is operating on his own. the response to that, the law enforcement response is exactly the same now. very decentralized coming very fast, cultivates information, cultivates the information and get it out. >> these global terrorists, some radicalized overseas which is a possibility of rahami. but out e family? the quick soundbite from his
car. where authorities bringing in his parents to take teeth into his history. >> there's a lot of cultivation of information back and forth. one of those is terrorism is very individualized paintball attribute group of people associated with the same ideals, a lot of it based its individual police and radicalization. much like a suicide, it's one of those things you don't see until the end. nicole: in the first presidential debate, one of the key topics will be securing america. your thoughts on how they need to step forward in order to do that granted 29 people are injured. this was what needs to be done quickly. speed that point a to look at why this is continuing to happen. people talk about motives established in court. what we have here is an even
bigger both for home grown and importing of terrorists. we really need to look at how we are screaming people coming into the united states in their association. >> matthew graham, thank you very much. we appreciate it. wells fargo ceo john stumpf in the hot seat this morning on capitol hill according to remarks prepared for the senate banking committee apologized for selling customers millions of unauthorized account to meet aggressive sales targets. hillary clinton in his letter to wells fargo customers says our economy depends on the banking system. but even after americans spent years to recover from the great recession, the culture of misconduct and recklessness to often persist. $2,500,000,000 last week to debate plans to eliminate sales
target. the live coverage of the senate hearing at 10:00 a.m. eastern time today. trade to 2 million phony account to me the give your money. new relations from the department of homeland security inspector general raised alarming concerns on the heels of the new york new jersey terror threat admits wrongly granting citizenship to almost 900 illegal immigrants from countries of concern. many deported yet senator richard earth, chairman of the senate select committee on intelligence reacted to the report. >> let's put a pause on this and figure out if this is we can feel confident who we are allowing in and the person they claim they actually are. trade to the dhs reports on fingerprints missing from federal databases for as many as
315,000 immigrants who could be fugitive criminals. cheryl: global market action over 90% beginning their two-day meeting in mobile investors watching for that decision. for the most part rather is overrated asia. the shanghai composite down a fraction of a percent. the dk at japan open today also trading down. had the same time well with the slight fraction of half a percent. in europe you have all of paris here. cac appointed by 1% of the german dax the path of a percent. real estate material is doing well while energy and financials pull back. dillinger to say. u.s. stock market futures look like they will open to the upside. the dow moving higher now 42 points in your pre-american deaths in peace. nasdaq up 14.5. >> oil has been on.
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>> good tuesday morning. 5:45 a.m. in new york. officials not looking for suspects in new york and new jersey but the investigation continues today. ahmad rahami hot on five counts of attempted murder of a police officer. he was arrested yesterday following a gun battle with police in linden, new jersey. playing off the campaign trail. donald trump criticizing hillary clinton's immigration plan while hillary clinton says she is more qualified to fight terrorism. wells fargo ceo john stumpf faces a grilling today on capitol hill for the senate
banking committee admitting millions of unauthorized bank accounts. u.s. stock market futures rating on the fed. will they raise rates tomorrow or hold off until after the election. dow futures up 44, nasdaq up 14 and president obama speaking today at the united nations traffic in new york city. that's what happens tomorrow. >> let's give everybody look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." tesla's merger may be delayed by lawsuits. to pension funds claim that ford failed to carry out the fiduciary duties involved in the proposed merger. pipeline break lights a fire under castle and price across the southeast. prices have jumped as much as 30 cents a gallon a week ago after the partial closure of a pipeline as for scat stations to scramble for fuel. a third headline of korean court
orders to cut its fleet. do you agree return the ships and charters that to their owners and to sell as many of its own chips as possible. can neither be liquidated or turned into a much smaller come to me. we've been following breaking news in new york and the investigation of the suspect now capture. bombings in new york and new jersey certainly putting a scare in the hearts of many in the chelsea neighborhood. the spring and julie bandera live in chelsea this morning. i'm sure folks are ready to get back to normality this morning. >> absolutely. investigators press on to get information after the arrest of the suspects. incredibly, the suspect had messed with the wrong city because a lot has changed in the last 15 years not since 9/11 have they been targeted in attacks that much different. the unexploded bomb found here
in chelsea could have taken many lives. fortunately it did not go off. in fact, this guy was caught thanks to the 8000 cameras that have been installed throughout new york city streets in the last 15 years making it much easier for investigators to catch anyone trying to repeat history. it was a black-and-white image caught by one of the thousands of cameras since i chelsea that help investigators believe that to someone. they also found a camera note found near one of the unexploded bombs on sunday. in the notes you made mention of the bombers responsible for the marathon attack which involves home a pressure cooker bomb similar to the ones discovered in new york and new jersey. he also left behind a cell phone in the cell phone contained personal information, pictures that he and his family making it easy to track this guy down.
he was eventually shot and captured by police in linden, new jersey by a hero cop who recognized the suspect after he borrowed or reported seeing someone sleeping in the doorway of the bar. >> he attempted to make the individual and you realize this is the individual that began firing. they god our officer had his best on. >> figure officer was shot in the torso before they joined in the shootout. shot in the leg, arrested on the spot and taken to a local hospital where he underwent surgery but not before he fired off rounds injuring two other officers come at a late none of which suffered life-threatening wounds. we are talking about this here a police officer in new jersey, but we also have to give credit to for thieves.
two in new york city who discovered a bag, opened it up and found the cell phone left it behind with a suitcase and also to homeless man found a bag full of explosives at the train station and reported it to police that they intended to steer the bad. back to you. cheryl: see something come and say something. julie, thank you so much. nicole: in sports, but you must take down chicago bears. the loss is the least of their worries as jay cutler injures his gun. we will have your monday night football highlights. the u.s. government behind the wheel of self driving cars. the obama administration said two fallout rules. we will have the latest there. let's check our u.s. stock market futures.
and suffered a right thumb injury. he left again later in the quarter and didn't return. philadelphia did not let go for the remainder of the game but they went on to win 29-our team. carson went with another solid performance with 190 yards and a touchdown last night. although six of the fans came out to chair, tim tebow became the newest addition to the new york mets farm team. the former nfl quarterback play baseball. 70 media members showed up in the most instructional league in port st. lucie florida. kind of a big deal. tivo semesters he has 30 pass the best online shop. the san francisco giants continued to struggle as branch of the home stretch of the web card race. giants held onto the lead in the seventh inning before a scuffle broke out.
adrian gonzalez came through for the dodgers hit the game-winning double in the ninth inning for a two to one victory. tagged with the cardinals for the last spot in the national coming up soon. nicole: president obama and the department of transportation brought new guidelines for driverless cars that could lead to a new set of regulations. they urge carmakers to submit to a 15-point federal safety checklist. officials say the out and would ensure safety on the road by regulating how the technology is tested in making sure safeguards can fly with traffic law. cheryl: though regulate the whole industry. you know that's coming. coming up, we up, we'll handed over it over to borders with maria. right now the dow, s&p and not back pointing higher. we will be right back.
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nicole: well, thanks, everybody, for watching fbn:am. we will see you tomorrow. cheryl: maria bartiromo joining us, we know that you will have a lot more on the terror investigation in new york. maria: cheryl, thank you. good morning, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo, thanks for being here. it's tuesday september 20th, top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. terror take down.
ahmad charged with at the same timed murder. the very latest on the scene coming up. trump and hillary clinton taking on terror threat and one another. >> we know that a lot of the rhetoric we've heard from donald trump has been feed on terrorism particularly in isis. >> hillary clinton talks tougher about my supporters than she duster risks. maria: former president george bush will cast ballot for hillary clinton.